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Analyze and Standardize to Streamline Your Supply Chain
Implementing supply chain best practices in the perioperative setting is not always a seamless process. How do you meet expectations to deliver better healthcare while also reducing supply costs? You do it by streamlining and building stronger alliances between the perioperative and supply chain functions. It’s a process that involves a critical look at existing systems, careful data analysis, and cost comparisons to support change. The presenters will explain the current state of the supply chain-clinical perioperative dynamic and how you can alter that dynamic through the use of emerging models. The webinar is designed to help you reduce waste and costs by streamlining inventory, preference cards, and other supply chain functions.
As a participant, you will be able to:
- Identify supply chain best practices that are being leveraged in the perioperative setting.
- Link improved supply chain operations to overall improved perioperative performance.
- Demonstrate how the concepts presented can bridge the gaps between the operating room and supply chain management.
Alecia Torrance, MBA, BS, RN, CNOR, is senior vice president clinical operations, Surgical Directions, LLC, Chicago. She has more than 33 years of experience in perioperative clinical, medical-surgical, and critical care nursing as well as nursing leadership in both profit and nonprofit health systems. As former SVP of clinical and marketing services at a major medical device manufacturer, she provided clinical direction, program development, clinical consultation, and clinical quality review for perioperative services in hospitals and surgery centers as well as education and training of perioperative clinicians.
Karen Santos, RN, a consultant based in Palm Harbor, Florida, has broad experience in perioperative services, including the creation of a new outpatient surgery program and the design and expansion of inpatient and outpatient operating rooms. Since 2007 her work has focused on management of cost, quality, and outcomes as the model for financial success in acute care hospitals. She is also a past clinical resource director for supply chain for a large hospital system.
Contact Hours: Access Intelligence is approved as a provider of continuing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider #15831. CEUs: 1 contact hour.
Please note: Continuing education credit for this session will be issued only in the name of the person who has paid for or is registered for the session. If there are additional attendees in your organization attending the program, each attendee will need to pay for and receive their own unique login to the system before they can print a certificate of completion for the program.
Registration Confirmation: You will receive an order confirmation of your registration, which includes a link to access the webinar login details for the day of the webinar. Your registration includes one Internet connection to the webinar. Please call our customer service if you have any questions at 1-888-707-5814.
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